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    You define intelligence! You first mentioned it!

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    Hay guys, there's two of the same argument going on!

    Both in the same subforum. How kickin' is that?
    we fukin won boys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana View Post
    You define intelligence! You first mentioned it!
    i think intelligence REQUIRES the ability to think outside the box. that's a premise. that's not the full definition, but it's REQUIRED in my definition.

    if you disagree with that, come up with a different definition. otherwise, you're wrong.

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    So N is the only information-gathering function that thinks outside the box? I'm not saying I disagree with this, but answer the question plz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana View Post
    So N is the only information-gathering function that thinks outside the box? I'm not saying I disagree with this, but answer the question plz.
    yes.

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    It is.
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    Ok. Makes sense.

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    I wouldn't really say that intelligence is owned by the intuitive function. Thinking outside the box is one aspect of intelligence, but there's a lot more. Your definition seems a bit self-serving, no, Dissonance?

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    Re: dissonance

    Wait a minute.. what about sensors that have highly developed thinking functions? They don't think outside the box?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    I wouldn't really say that intelligence is owned by the intuitive function. Thinking outside the box is one aspect of intelligence, but there's a lot more. Your definition seems a bit self-serving, no, Dissonance?
    I agree with this.

    Thinking outside the box helped with inventions and whatnot, but I can't quite commit to the notion that it is necessary to intelligence. Say intelligence is making the right decision at the right time. Sensors surely can be included into this group.

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